Apex Motors shows the shadow of Geneva debutant

Apex Motor shows a teaser of what it brings to Geneva. The small manufacturer has worked hard in recent months on – how could it be otherwise – an electric sports car.

Apex Motor is a company that, in its own words, has years of experience in the development of (parts of) racing cars and even claims to have made contributions to Formula 1 racers. During the Geneva Motor Show, the company pushes the AP-0 forward, a fully electric sports car, where we get to see a first teaser image.

The AP-o promises to have a dorsal fin that extends far back from the roof, an aerodynamic part that incorporates, among other things, part of the lighting. Apex speaks of a lightweight model with “superior acceleration and superior handling”. Thanks to a completely carbon fiber base, the car only loads 1,200 kilos in the school.

Apex currently has the AP1 on the menu, a lightweight tear-off nose of the extreme kind that also includes cars like the KTM X-Bow.

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